The world’s largest FinTech event has come to Europe

A world-class experience for European innovators across industries and company types, Money 20/20 Europe is more than just an event. It’s a catalyst for the growth and development of the payments and financial services ecosystem

Europe Money 20/20 (Photo: Payment Week)

In June, 26 – 28, 2017, Copenhagen (Bella Center) will once again take centre stage as the companies and individuals disrupting how consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money come together at scale.

The Money 20/20 Europe team is split between New York and London and is made up of some of the most inventive payments and events professionals globally.

In its first year, the event welcomed 3,725 attendees, including 500 CEOs, from 1,500 companies and 70 countries. The show featured 422 speakers, over 200 sponsors and more than 100 media partners.

Themes to be covered this year include Alternative Lending & Finance, B2B Payments & Finance, Bank (R)evolution, Data, AI & Algorithm based Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Investing, Mobile Payments & Wallets, New Market Research & Commercial Models or UX.

The purpose of the event 

Money 20/20 Europe is engineered to bring together all the stakeholders with a part to play in the commerce revolution: payments and financial services providers, banks and non-banks, the mobile ecosystem, the retail industry (offline and online), marketing services and data companies, investors, advisory firms and government bodies.

The event offers:

  • Exceptional Content: Europe’s absolute best agenda and speakers—local, regional and global—from the entire commerce ecosystem, including retail, mobile, marketing services, data and technology.
  • All-Inclusive Audience: A senior audience of thousands of key stakeholders from established organisations to the earliest stage startups as well as retailers, investors, analysts, media, regulators and more.
  • An Unparalleled Experience: An exceptional, modern and fun experience, untethered from legacy, that helps form the community of European innovators.


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I hold a BA degree in English Linguistics and MA degree in American studies from University of Southern Denmark, Odense. I am passionate about blogging and discussing political and cultural environment in a contemporary society. In particular, I am interested in international relations between USA and the rest of the world.
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